U.S. trade gap with China narrows as exports hit five-month high

THE UNITED STATES goods-trade gap with China shrank to a seasonally adjusted $28.9 billion in August from $29.6 billion a month earlier. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/QILAI SHEN
THE UNITED STATES goods-trade gap with China shrank to a seasonally adjusted $28.9 billion in August from $29.6 billion a month earlier. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/QILAI SHEN
WASHINGTON – The United States' merchandise trade deficit with China narrowed in August as exports rose to a five-month high, a possible sign of goodwill from the Asian nation as the countries try to resolve their trade war. The goods-trade gap with China shrank to a seasonally adjusted $28.9 billion from $29.6 billion a month…

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